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A forum tonight will address the impacts of chronic marijuana use among San Diego County youth. We take a look at how many teens are using marijuana, at what age and what effects it can have on academics.
What to do about Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac: that's the focus of housing finance reform. Dr. Michael Lea, director of SDSU's Corky McMillin Center for Real Estate, was Freddie Mac's chief economist in the 1980s. Next month, he heads to Washington where he'll testify on housing finance reform and, more specifically, what to do about Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.
As the 2013 college grads get ready to grab their diplomas, many will also be hitting the streets in search of that perfect job. What does the job market hold for new grads in light of the economic downturn of the past few years? We take a look.
San Diego's County Board of Supervisors voted to begin public hearings on a proposed $5 billion budget for the next fiscal year. We break it down with Supervisor Greg Cox.
A rare find documenting a piece of early surfing history goes up for auction this week in Orange County. The newly found hand-made surfing book by A.R. Gurrey Jr. is considered to be the first book on surfing and Gurrey the first true surf photographer.
One of the ways to get a handle on bipolar disorder and other severe mood swings is to keep a record of what's going on in your life. A San Diego woman has created an app to help those with mood disorders track how they're feeling and share the results with their doctor of therapist.
From video cameras to GPS to reading emails and social media accounts — how much tracking is too much by your employer? When does monitoring employees for productivity cross over an employees right to privacy?
UC San Diego Arts and Humanities dean discusses his memoir "Prospero's Son," a story about his family, its secrets and finding resolution.
A new documentary focuses on San Diego's low riding history and its contribution. Everything Comes from the Streets highlights the voices of pioneers in the movement and how its influence led to the establishment of Chicano Park. The film premiers Sunday at Sweetwater High School.
As gun legislation is debated by lawmakers in Washington, local activists rally outside a North County congressional office. We take a look at their meeting with Congressman Darrell Issa's staff and look at how the gun culture in San Diego has evolved.